As Apple event nears, new iPhone leaks appear on the internet


Apple is rumored to hold a event on September 10 to unveil the new iPhone 5S, along with the low-cost iPhone 5C.  We have seen many leaks over the last couple of month, and today, more images have surfaced on the internet to give us a better idea of what the next iPhone will include.

New leaked images were uploaded by well connected Australian Sonny Dickson.  He uploaded more photos that give us a closer look at the internals and some external parts of the new devices.  The components are not labeled and don’t really tell us which device they belong to, however, some are easier to pinpoint than others.  Take a look at a few of the images below.

Apple is expected to upgrade the iPhone 5S with faster processor, larger battery, and one of the biggest features, a fingerprint sensor in the home button.  For the iPhone 5C, it is expected to carry the same size as the iPhone 5, however with downgraded specs.  That is expected since the 5C will be a low-cost iPhone and is rumored to be priced around $300-$329.

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